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Orlando Pride is Almost Here! Profiles of 2015's Entertainers

By Mike Halterman | Oct 3
Here are the profiles of the entertainers that will be seen at Orlando Pride's Pride on Church Street (Oct. 9), Club H2O (Oct. 10) and Parliament House's after-Pride party (also Oct. 10).

Doritos Launches Pride Inspired 'Rainbows' Chips

Sep 17
Here's one snack One Million Moms won't be packing in their kids' lunch boxes.

Prague Celebrates the Biggest Pride in Its Existence

By EDGE | Sep 10
Prague Pride has celebrated its fifth edition with the biggest parade in the history of the festival. Around 35,000 people, almost double the amount of last year, attended the parade.

NC Organizers Expect Attendance Record for Gay Pride Festival

Aug 17
Charlotte is flying the rainbow flag as tens of thousands of supporters attend the Queen City's annual gay pride festival and parade.

LGBT Jamaicans Holding First Gay Pride Celebration on Island

By David McFadden | Aug 5
Jamaica's LGBT community is holding its first gay pride celebration, a weeklong observance that was previously almost unthinkable in a Caribbean country long described as the one of the globe's most hostile places to homosexuality.

Reno Mayor Sorry for Flying Rainbow Flag Over City Hall

By Jason St. Amand | Jul 28
The mayor of Reno, Nevada, apologized Monday for flying the LGBT rainbow flag in the place of the American flag over city hall during the weekend.

Scotland Pride Event Will Allow Drag Queens After All

By Jason St. Amand | Jul 23
An alternative gay Pride event in Glasgow, Scotland will now allow drag queens after the gathering's officials made headlines this week for announcing a ban on all drag artists because they were deemed too "offensive" for the transgender community.

Scotland Pride Event Bans Drag Queens Because They're 'Offensive' to Trans Community

By EDGE | Jul 21
Don't expect Bianca Del Rio to be in Scotland anytime soon.

Edie Windsor Receives First Absolute Brightness Award

By EDGE | Jul 16
The producers of the critically-acclaimed new play "The Absolute Brightness Of Leonard Pelkey" announced that civil rights hero Edie Windsor was the first recipient of the Absolute Brightness Award.

Gay Rights Activists Mark Landmark 1965 Demonstration

By Natalie Pompilio | Jul 5
Gay rights activists gathered in front of Independence Hall in Philadelphia on the Fourth of July to mark the progress of their movement and pay tribute to those who launched it a half-century ago

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